Kate Foo Kune is now four-times African champion ©Getty Images

Georges Paul and Kate Foo Kune of Mauritius took the men's and women's singles titles at badminton's All Africa Individual Championships in the Egyptian capital Cairo.

Kune, who won a silver medal last year but has been stripped of it following an anti-doping violation, is now a four-times African champion. 

It is Paul's second continental title after he was victorious in 2018.

Paul beat Anuoluwapo Juwon Opoyeri of Nigeria, 2019's winner, in the final, while Kune defeated Dorcas Ajoke Adesokan, another Nigerian who was also the defending champion.

Paul and partner Aatish Lubah had to settle for silver in the men's doubles, bettered in the final by Koceila Mammeri and Youcef Sabri Medel of Algeria.

Doha Hany and Hadia Hosny of Egypt won the women's doubles competition and Hany also won the mixed doubles title alongside Adham Hatem Elgamal.

Algeria's Koceila Mammeri and Linda Mazri were mixed doubles runners-up, with Adesoncan and Uchechukwu Deborah Ukeh of Nigeria claiming women's doubles silver.

Nigeria ended the tournament with the most medals in total, but none were gold - three silver and four bronze.

Egypt picked up four bronze medals to go with the two doubles golds, while Mauritius finished the Championships whih two golds, one silver and one bronze.